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Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Nikita Krikun
Analysis of Existing Systems of Automatic Recruiting
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
The purpose of my research was to reveal the precedents of the implementation of automatic recruiting systems in the Russian market, and also to evaluate the performance indicators of such systems.

The main tasks of my research were:

• To analyze the processes of the employee's life cycle

• To estimate the costs incurred by the company in the course of the HR department

• To develop a system prototype

My work is described in three chapters:

• In the first chapter, I’ve described the theory of the question I was investigating. Described the hypothesis, and also disclosed the sources of my research

• In the second chapter, I have described the company in which I passed internship. I have described the life cycle of the hiring process, analyzing the tasks of recruiters in the interview process. I have described precedents use of HR-systems, their types and the willingness of the industry to change.

• The third chapter describes the system, I have developed.

I have researched the specifics of the work of the HR industry, outlining the main problems that the business faces when hiring employees, studied systems that solve the tasks of modern recruiting. I have analyzed the current approach to hiring employees in Russian IT companies, reviewed existing systems that had already been used to modify recruiting, developed a prototype of a system that allows remote testing candidates for a position and analyze the most suitable profiles of applicants using mathematical statistics.

I have managed to formulate the main problems faced by modern companies in the process of recruiting, and also to analyze possible solutions to them. I have studied modern trends in the HR segment, as well as forecasts for the development of this industry in Russia and abroad.

It turned out that the problem of high costs associated with recruiting in HR is actual and the industry is in a step away from the widespread implementation of mass recruitment technologies.

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